Electrical Engineer Career Profile
By Cixx Admin Date Posted.. 2009-07-06 19:12:37
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Electrical Engineer    Description:  Electrical engineers work on electronic technology that helps our everyday lives.  For instance, GPS systems, generators that power electricity and aircraft electrical systems are just some of the innovations that have been created by electrical engineers.   They are responsible for designer better, more innovative electronics to facilitate our daily lives.  They test their innovations, and solve problems that we face with electricity and technology. Using a computer, the electrical engineer will draw their proposed designs and create the necessary circuits to bring the project to fruition.  This is followed by testing and further refining their technology.   They do this for many kinds of electrical projects that serve many different purposes in society.  Electric engineers may work on automobiles, cell phone systems, robots, lighting, radar, and much more. There are a diverse number of locations that an electrical engineer may do their work, and some include office settings, laboratories, and places of industry.  This is generally a 40 hour per week job on average.   Keen intelligence, imagination, and a love of experimentation are all keys to being a successful electric engineer. Statistics:  In 2006, there were said to be 291,000 jobs for electrical engineers, working for companies that specialize in communications, medical devices, and electronics.   The prospects look good for this career, as our dependence upon electronics and technology grows rapidly with each year.  It is said that this is one of the fastest growing careers in the next decade, with above average demand in the years to come. Training:  You most definitely need a college degree to be an electrical engineer, as well as with any kind of engineering job.  A strong focus on mathematics and science is most important.  You will also need a diverse education involving computers, social studies and good English.   Those who are successful in electric engineering are incredibly detail-oriented and self motivated.  You must be able to invent your own ideas that you have the patience to test and rethink.  Salary: The average salary for an electric engineer in 2006 was between $60,640 and $94,050 depending upon education, experience, and where you work as an electric engineer.  The highest paid were said to earn approximately $115,240.
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